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Old Jun 10th, 2014, 15:16 PM   3311
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That's good eyemom. I hope your scan is positive and those movements continue.

My brut is currently corkscrewing his head on my bladder, whilst kicking my ribs, delightful!



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 07:22 AM   3312
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How's everyone doing?

I'm sat here with a very wriggly baby and my belly is jumping around.

Had really tiny amounts of spotting two occasions, which leave me to believe my sch whilst couldn't be seen, may still be lingering as I thought (could see what looked like the sch on scan pics)
Will know more at my next scan on the 23rd. Booked a 4D one

Missing picking up my dd2-feel awful when she holds her arms out for me!

Hope everyone's well



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 09:08 AM   3313
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How's everyone doing?

I'm sat here with a very wriggly baby and my belly is jumping around.

Had really tiny amounts of spotting two occasions, which leave me to believe my sch whilst couldn't be seen, may still be lingering as I thought (could see what looked like the sch on scan pics)
Will know more at my next scan on the 23rd. Booked a 4D one

Missing picking up my dd2-feel awful when she holds her arms out for me!

Hope everyone's well
Hi yo yo,

I'm ok.

Feeling the strain abit now, but otherwise fine.

Baby has been a little quieter the past couple of days. He does still move, and when he does it can be painful, but he isn't wriggling non stop. Trying just to keep a watch and check it doesn't get any slower.

How long since your continuous spotting stopped? Spotting may or may not be the sch at this stage. I do agree though, that just because they don't mark it on the scan, it can still be there. I have personally seen mine on a scan twice when the sonographers were saying they couldn't see one.

Not to worry... As long as it isn't still hemorrhaging or growing, you'll be ok. Just keep being sensible.



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 09:35 AM   3314
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Hope your managing to take it easy-it's hard when your bump gets bigger to get comfy and you do feel the strain. Put your feet up whenever you get the chance. You haven't got to long to go, so there's light at the end of the tunnel.

Definitely keep an eye on his movements-you know his pattern by now, so don't hesitate to get it checked out if your concerned.
Have you any scans due? I find them reassuring.

It's been 7 weeks or so since bleeding stopped. Still paranoid every time I go to the loo though!

Do you get painful braxton hicks by the way? Not sure if it's sch related, but they wake me from my sleep and hurt. Had them a few weeks now, but they get more painful each week it seems.



 
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Old Jun 11th, 2014, 10:58 AM   3315
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Hope your managing to take it easy-it's hard when your bump gets bigger to get comfy and you do feel the strain. Put your feet up whenever you get the chance. You haven't got to long to go, so there's light at the end of the tunnel.

Definitely keep an eye on his movements-you know his pattern by now, so don't hesitate to get it checked out if your concerned.
Have you any scans due? I find them reassuring.

It's been 7 weeks or so since bleeding stopped. Still paranoid every time I go to the loo though!

Do you get painful braxton hicks by the way? Not sure if it's sch related, but they wake me from my sleep and hurt. Had them a few weeks now, but they get more painful each week it seems.
I have a growth scan on Friday, so hoping that will show all is ok, but will go in if it drops off too much before then.

I get fairly strong braxton hicks now. Wouldn't say painful, but big enough to catch my breath and make me flush. They only wake me about once a night when they make me need a pee, and getting up to the loo is bloody difficult in the middle of one. Sometimes feel like baby is being squeezed into my bum.

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Old Jun 13th, 2014, 13:49 PM   3316
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Nice to read everyone is doing so well and has very active babies!!!!!

I've had no spotting or bleeding since my bleed (and the few days after)... I still check religiously!!! I'm really really hoping it's gone. I also decided to take my holiday so I leave tomorrow. Nervous!!! But, feeling ok too... Eek!!



 
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Old Jun 13th, 2014, 15:27 PM   3317
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Had my growth scan today. Baby totally on track.

Ended up going in to be monitored yesterday after another day of reduced movement, but he started moving as soon as the midwife hooked him up.

All was hunky dory and he was moving constantly all day, but then I had my whooping cough jab and he instantly stopped moving and has been really quiet ever since.

I'm telling myself I'm being paranoid but it's such a cooincidence I am freaking myself out that the vaccine has made him poorly.



 
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Old Jun 13th, 2014, 16:01 PM   3318
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Glad your scan went well!!

My LO has been much quieter these past 2 weeks. I think he's getting out of room.



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2014, 00:46 AM   3319
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Glad your scan went well!!

My LO has been much quieter these past 2 weeks. I think he's getting out of room.
Yes, 35 weeks! You are so close! Looking forward to some birth announcements really soon!



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2014, 00:49 AM   3320
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Sorry you are worried again eyemom, definitely try to get checked if you feel the need! How far along are you now? Good that it's only a very tiny amount but never nice to see any!! Hopefully it's completely harmless. x
Frizabelle,

Due date today! How are you feeling?

Please let us know when you have any news.

Can't wait for our first sch baby in ages!



 
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